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How many of you single digit caps have shot par or better?


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#1 fufu

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 01:54 PM

This year I've played the best golf of my life.  My cap is the lowest ever at 7.4.  I still have yet to shoot even par.  I tied my lowest round ever with a one over 74 at a tough track this season and had a couple of rounds 2/3 over par.  But, I just can't seem to break thru and get a round in at even or better.  

Admittedly, I don't make a ton of birdies but I don't make many doubles.  I haven't even had an eagle this year.  But, I'm driving it better than I ever have, irons are great and my short game is hot/cold.  

What's the secret?  Make more birdies?�

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 01:59 PM

haven't done it this year.............yet ( 4 under with 2 to play and went double double ffs) but I've done it in bounce games and a couple of comps.

an ex tour pro gave me a good tip when I said I get nervous about being under early in the round, he said only think of each set of 3 holes, nothing more, it certainly helps as I get ahead of myself when I go under early and usually blow it.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:22 PM

I've shot even par once, about 3 years ago. That was during a great month of play when I was able to get down to a 4, lowest I've ever been. Back now to my more usual 6-7, shooting mostly low 80s and occasional upper 70s.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:40 PM

My best ever was 75 (+3), shot last year while I was around a 9 cap.
This year my cap has come down to around 7 and I shot par 72 (E) for the first time ever. Best since then has been 78 (+6) and the difference I'd say has been how many greens I hit (13), how many birdies I made (3) and how many times I got up and down (6/7).

I've come to the conclusion that to shoot par or better more, I'll have to improve my putting because making 33-35 putts per round puts a lot of pressure on the rest of your game. So it's not necessarily more birdies (although that helps), it's more about making more putts whether they're for birdie or par.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:40 PM

Too many times to count if you include even par rounds. but at my best I was around 0.0-2. In a slump at the moment playing some horrid golf and up to 4

Secret. Make more birdies always helps, but making 1-2 more up/downs a round is critical. Same as hitting 1-2 more greens around if you are average to below avg for your handicap at GIR.  I have shot even only hitting 9 greens in regulation. I have turned a 67 into a 71(par 71)  by failing to get up and down once even though I missed 4 greens all day. Short game matters

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 05:52 PM

I'm a four, usually will have somewhere around 10 rounds a year under par.

Playing courses with low ratings keeps the handicap in that range.
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Posted 10 August 2017 - 06:06 PM

When I play the forward tees I expect to be under par.  If only execution matched expectations.  Arrggh!  I have been under par on courses out to around 6200 yards.  Shot par at courses out to around 6600 yards.  Key has always been to hit lots of greens, grind on getting up and down when I don't, and squeeze one more birdie in the hole than I make in bogeys (ha, so obvious).  Since I don't make lots of birdies I have to rely on making lots of pars and very few bogeys.
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Posted 10 August 2017 - 07:03 PM

I've been down to around a 1 but it's mostly shooting decent scores on courses rated a couple strokes over par. Only shot even par a handful of times.
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Posted 10 August 2017 - 07:12 PM

I'm around a 9 right now and shot my lowest round last year of 73. Lowest round this year is a 77.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 07:20 PM

Currently at 8.5, have been as low as 7.4.  Shot 74 (+2) at my home course twice.  75 is the best the last 3 years (this year).


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 12:38 AM

I go under pretty often, but the course I play the most I have to go to a couple under just to cover my cap.  Funny thing about that is I tend to shoot under my cap much easier on a course rated 72-74 than I can the goat track I play often rated at 68.5.  

The ball is no easier to get in the hole on a short challenging track vs a long one, yet the ratings are skewed some in this direction.

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 04:24 AM

 fufu, on 10 August 2017 - 01:54 PM, said:


What's the secret?  Make more birdies?

Yes yes yes.....

We are going to make bogies and even double bogies..... we have to make birdies to get in the house at E or better.

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 04:36 AM

Shot par 3 times, never broken par.

Some people just have the ability to go low.  I'm not one of them
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Posted 11 August 2017 - 04:47 AM

I play anywhere from a 1 to 3 the majority of the time and shoot even par a good number of times per year. I only break par a handful of times a year usually, lack of birdies as well, but usually keep in low 70s.

I usually play very boring golf, middle of a lot of greens and a lot of two putts for par. Not a ton of birdies, but usually not a ton of mistakes. Always the exceptions though, heck on Wednesday I made 5 birdies and still shot even, just an up and down day.

As much as birdies are your friend to go low, so is making those pars a few times a round when you're looking at a sure bogey. Keep grinding and you'll get there.

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 05:40 AM

 BryanS4, on 11 August 2017 - 04:47 AM, said:

I play anywhere from a 1 to 3 the majority of the time and shoot even par a good number of times per year. I only break par a handful of times a year usually, lack of birdies as well, but usually keep in low 70s.

I usually play very boring golf, middle of a lot of greens and a lot of two putts for par. Not a ton of birdies, but usually not a ton of mistakes. Always the exceptions though, heck on Wednesday I made 5 birdies and still shot even, just an up and down day.

As much as birdies are your friend to go low, so is making those pars a few times a round when you're looking at a sure bogey. Keep grinding and you'll get there.

Thats the key right there!

and when you do make a mistake dont follow it with another!


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 12:26 PM

I clearly jinxed myself this morning when I typed this up.

Today was the total opposite of my normal game and the norm for me the last two rounds I guess. 5 birdies, 6 bogies and 4 of those being three putts, including two in a row on the back 9. Missed a 4 footer on 18 to get that 6th birdie. Gave away a good chance to go low today, but happy with a 73 none the less.

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 09:23 PM

I'm a 1.2 and have only broken par once. Shot 70 with 16 pars, 2 birdies. I shoot consistently under or around 75, but if I could make more 10-15 ft putts, then I'd have more rounds under par.

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 10:05 PM

I can break par at my home course for sure I've shooting par since I was a 4-5 handicap. I can do the same at a few of my favorite local course. Playing at less than familiar course I usually shoot 74-76.  That said some big a$$ green with roller coaster slope would definitely add a few extra shots. ;)

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 10:49 PM

I have shot even par twice
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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:09 AM

I have shot under par rounds a few times. They are tough to get because everything in your game has cracking. However, they are not a lot different than my good (par, +1, +2) rounds. For me, it is mainly my ball striking. If my ball striking is very good and I am hitting a lot of fairways and greens scoring will be good. But ball striking is only one part of the equation. You have to sink putts. Mainly sink the ones you should inside 10 feet and a few outside that distance. Also, proximity to the hole is important. Very difficult to be sinking 20-30-40 footers consistently.


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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:59 AM

I score even or under par a several times a year. In the last 12 months I did it 7 times. For me, without exception I go low when I'm making putts. Birdie or par-saving putts are the difference between a good round and a great round.

Now you can argue putting isn't any more important than hitting good approach shots and I can't argue that.  If I'm hitting it to 15 feet vs 35 feet I'm going to score better, but it seems putting is the key.
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Posted 12 August 2017 - 04:26 AM

seems quite a few have beaten par- can I ask how many of those did it with a comp card in their hand?

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 06:54 AM

I'm a 6.7 and will usually shoot par once or twice a year and have broken par twice by 1.  My putting is terrible but I may have fixed that yesterday with about 3 hours on the putting green and some lead tape.

my best advice would be to go to the hardware store and buy 8 to 10 mini pylons.  Usually they're in the sports section.  Go to the end of the range and place the pylons out evey 10 yards starting at 20 or 30 yards.  Make a matrix on a piece of paper with your wedges on one axis and 8/4  9/3  10/2  11/1  and full on the other.  These number correspond to a clock face and where you bring the club back to.

hit 20 shots with each wedge at each swing length and record the distance.  Don't record any really bad shots or fat or thin shots.  Average these and you'l have several options at every yardage inside 100  yards.  I took the averages and wrote them on the back of my wedges with a sharpie.  If i have a short shot into the wind I look at my pw or 52 for a yardage close to what I need and use that.  Having the numbers there seems to be a mental thing and all i think about is bringing my hands back to 9 o'clock or so. It's worked so well I'm considering doing this for all my irons for knock downs but likely just 10/2

I've just done this recently and my short game has going from terrible to fantastic instantly.  

The biggest benifit is that I'm now hitting my partial swings much more in control and rarely use a full or 11/1 or ever 10/2 swing anymore with my wedges.

Rick shiels has a great 3 part series I think called wedge perfect that I got this from.  It only takes a couple hours at the range to do this.  If you have access to an accurate launch monitor that could be even better.

i also suggest staying with 8/4 and recording 10 shots with each wedge and get an average.  Do this for each swing length.  Then do it again but this time stick with one wedge and hit each distance.  As a single digit you'll quickly see every shot with 5 yards and likely about 80 to 90 percent within 3 yards.

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 07:05 AM

View PostPerseveringGolf, on 12 August 2017 - 04:26 AM, said:

seems quite a few have beaten par- can I ask how many of those did it with a comp card in their hand?

I'm lucky to play one stroke play event a summer, but probably under par just a couple of times in those.

We do play several best ball type events, not the same as a stroke play, but probable better than just a casual round. Been under par in those numerous times.
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Posted 12 August 2017 - 07:08 AM

It funny you say that.  My home course is short at 6700 yards but very tight with extreemly small raised greens and deep rough. It without a doubt the hardest course in the area.   I'll usually shoot around 80 only occasionally going low.  Last weekend I played 3 courses I haven't seen before all with similar ratings.  Didn't feel like I swung particularly well but shot 75 78 74.  Many courses have such short rough that it doesn't penalize arrant shots yet they get a high rating for some reason.

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I go under pretty often, but the course I play the most I have to go to a couple under just to cover my cap.  Funny thing about that is I tend to shoot under my cap much easier on a course rated 72-74 than I can the goat track I play often rated at 78.5.  

The ball is no easier to get in the hole on a short challenging track vs a long one, yet the ratings are skewed some in this direction.


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Posted 12 August 2017 - 07:34 AM

Lowest I've played is a 4.2, which is around the time I've shot par or better, but only from what you see below (didn't have complete stats on the old rounds).  Most were from 6600 yards or less though, and the 68 came from 6300 at an easier course (slope of only 119).  The round with 7 birdies could have been something special if I didn't do so many stupid things that day, haha.

The 68 I'm proud of though...haven't done that since, but that round was simply a matter of 'let's get one more birdie.'  Even though I only made four (and an eagle), it helped me stay aggressive throughout the day instead of trying to 'protect par' which could eventually lead to a bogie.  It's definitely a mindset for sure.  Surprisingly, I've had rounds where I shot higher, maybe +2 or +3, that felt more like I was in the zone and thinking clearer, but the sub-par rounds were done by me not worrying about the result, if I missed a short putt, or whatever.  I was simply confident enough to make a good swing and knew I could recover if I screwed up.

Now that you reminded me I haven't shot par in four years it's time to get back to that...maybe it'll happen after this morning's round :D

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 07:40 AM

I've shot 69' -3 my best round ever and 70, -1 at 3 different courses. For me it's not making more birdies, for when I seem to make a lot of birdies I make a lot of bogeys. It all seems to be making a ton of pars and sprinkle in a few birdies.

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 07:41 AM

I play to a  8 hdcp right now. My game has been struggling due to back issues. My lowest round was +1, about 7 years ago. Back then I was a 15 hdcp with my lowest round up to that point being a 79.

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 09:09 AM

I'm currently a 1.4.  This year I have 7 out of my 20 current rounds on my handicap card at Par or better.  My low round is only 70 though.  My scores consistently are within 70-76 range.  This year is a bit abnormal for me.  A typical year will have 4 or 5 rounds in the 60's with one real low round where I catch lightning in a bottle.  Will also have a few 77's - 79's.  Rarely in the 80's.   This year has been a more consistent year, but has lacked the low ones that are so much fun.

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 09:39 AM

8.5 currently

One over in a tournament a few years ago.

Even or under for 9 several times but the other nine's score almost always started with the number 4, lol.

Had a 3 over for 27 a couple weeks ago and really proud of that (course rating 67!) some swing change work paying off (thanks Monte) - not sniffed that since, but dealing with a lower back issue after skipping a Saturday of golf to do some intense landscaping (that will never happen again).


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